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No. 10438, Naeole, Waiahole, December 22, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land at Kapikookau in the Ahupua`a of Waiahole, District 6, Division 3, Island of Oahu. There are four taro lo`i. Six taro lo`i adjoin in the Ahupua`a of Waiahole, four taro lo`i adjoin in the `ili of Kaaniu. It is a true right from the konohiki in the time of Kamehameha III. That is my petition on December 22, 1847 a ....
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Makai by Government land.
Claimant's House lot adjoins the first piece of kalo land.
It is bounded on:
Kaneohe side by a river
Mauka by kalo patch
Punaluu side and Makai by sea beach.
Claimant held this land from the time of Kamehameha I, till he died in 1848, leaving his land to Kameo, wife of Judge Kalili, his daughter.
[Award 10438; R.P.; 1426; Waiahole Koolaupoko; 4 ap.; 5.6 Acs]